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Knot editor by John Mount GPL 2 / GPL 3 licese video introduction here: https://youtu.be/tBVs5tiuTck The commands are clicked on the kmenu window or typed as a character in the knotEd window. QUIT - the obvious CLEAR KNOT - reset READ KNOT - read a knot from a file save knot - save a knot to a file write knot string - write the number and signed crossing sequence reperesnting the knot (knotEd is not smart enough to read these back int). write braid word - write the twist sequece that represents the braided form of the knot. READ BAID WORD - read in a braid word as a knot. troffable output - output troff acceptable output. adjust hard scale - adjust the scaling factor of hard copy. adjust curve draw - change number of line segments per curve. adjust line width - change X's line drawing width ghost line - display dotted lines where actuall segments are adjust spline - select spline constant and strategy spline - draw curved lines for knots vertex drawing - draw control points adjust arrow density - change number of arrows drawing arrow drawig - show orientation of links REVERSE KNOT - reverse orientation of a link ADD KNOT+ - add a knot with a +1 label ADD KNOT- - add a knot with a -1 label MOVE KNOT - pull a whole link MOVE ALLL - move all drawn items ZOOM IN - blow up a portion of the display ZOOM OUT - retreat the display NORMAL VIEW - get the knot centered on the screen knot labeling - display not labels sign display - display crossing signs cross tagging - display cross tags after knot string is written adjust cross width - change underdrawing style isotopy lock - only allow isotopy preserving moves. "A" CHANNEL CUT - cut a crossing PUSH OFF - push a copy of a link off UNDO - undo last operation refresh - redraw screen Finally in the knotEd window the mouse buttons have the following functions: Left - Pull Knot - grab and move a cotrol point Middle - Rip Knot - delete a section of the drawing and redraw Right - Flip string - reverse over/under relation at a crossing. To run the program compile on Linux running X11 and type "knotEd". John Mount